Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Today I tried this plug-in. While, I liked the speed of the plug-in, there were two problems that I could not overlook.

1. When I open an epub from my hdd, it opens TWO browser tabs. One tab is for the epub, as if it was to be download, and the other the actual reader. One tab should suffice.

2. This plug doesn't show me how pages are in my book. It doesn't even tell me what page I am on. That is unacceptable.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Thanks for your review.

1. This is a known bug which will be fixed in one of the next versions. In this case, it would have been better if you had contacted me via my support-website ;-).

2. Other than physical books, eBooks don't have pages, that's the reason why no page numbers are displayed. Of course you could define "page" as "text which is displayed at a time on screen". But the amount of displayed text varies widely depending on many conditions: screen resolution, screen size, size of browser window, font size, etc. So it's not very useful to use page numbers. Instead, in the next version of EPUBReader there will be a progress bar which displays how far you came reading a chapter.